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i'm not going to sit here and try to make any excuses for what i've done. >> took full ownership and headed to rehab. overnight the new plans for the u.s. congressman busted for cocaine but will that satisfy the critics? the u.s. and iran close it to a diplomatic breakthrough therng. this morning. >> the 50th anniversary of john f. kennedy's murder approaches, cnn goes in search of the
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reclusive woman who took the president's life. >> i have to warn you, she got a lot of sleep last night and she is on fire this morning. >> and i'm having a lot of coffee so that combination, look out, berman. >> i'm john berman. >> i'm zoraida sambolin. >> it is thursday, november 21st, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> we begin with cocaine and politics. an aide to freshman congressman trey radel says the congressman plans to check himself into a rehabilitation center today. overnight he delivered an emotional news conference where he says he has been struggling with daddiction for years. he has no plans to step down but some people want him out of office right now. >> i have no excuse for what i've done. >> reporter: contrite and apologetic, trey radel announced
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late wednesday night he is taking a leave from congress after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine. >> i've let down our country. i've let down our constituents. i've let down my family. >> reporter: the freshman lawmaker says he is accepting responsibility for his actions. >> i have been getting the help that i need and i will continue to get the help that i need. >> reporter: federal agents arrested radel back in october during a drug sting. court documents say he bought 3 1/2 grams of cocaine from an undercover officer. radel calls his actions extremely irresponsible and says he has been struggling for addiction for years. >> i knew this day would come. i've been struggling with this but i've had my wake-up call. >> reporter: earlier on wednesday he was at washington, d.c. superior court where he
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ignore questions from reporters. he was facing up to 180 days in prison. some are now calling for radel to step down. >> trey radel needs to resign right away. he commit a crime. members of congress are sworn to uphold the laws and not break them. >> reporter: >> reporter: the father of a 2-year-old son stopped short of resigning and is focused on rebuilding trust with his family. >> the first thing i need to do tonight it begin to mend that trust and relationship with my wife who is with me and will continue to stand with me, who i love, who is my rock. i'm going to hug my little guy. even if he is asleep tonight and i'm going to work to do everything i can to be strong, to come out as a better man. >> reporter: radel also said he would enter an intensify program to get help. >> i hope i can be a role model for millions of others that are
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struggling with this disease. >> reporter: alina machado, cnn. the expectation of new headaches once the website gets fixed. a new plan seems to offer a narrow choice of doctors and hospitals. less than what people get through medicare or employer-based coverage. concerns are being already raised in some states and some hospitals have lodged complaints over the network issue. >> spying bombshelling from classified na documents and one memo dated in 2005 says the agency can spy on british citizens and citizens of america's cloes allies under specific circumstances and without their sent. this even though the english speaking countries have an official nonspying pact with each other.
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another memo from 2007 says an agreement was reached between the u.s. and uk that allowed the nsa to unmask britain's personal better. to geneva and the talks between the west and iran over its nuclear program. the obama administration does not want to rush but the more time to strike a deal the more resistance from friends and foes alike. jim sciutto is live in geneva for us. what can you tell us? >> reporter: negotiators doing battle this morning at the bargaining table. the first significant meeting between the iran foreign minister and eu foreign policy, members of the eu team tell us this morning they are locked in tough negotiations. the senior administration officials have been talking to say, the west is unified now in their position. they have gotten over whatever disagreements broke up the last round of talks and up to the iranians. the u.s. officials are doing
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their own round of management and including secretary of state john kerry. let's listen to what he had to say. >> we will not allow this agreement, should it be reached, and i say should it be reached, to buy time or to allow for the acceptance of an agreement that does not properly address our core fundamental concerns. >> reporter: the core fundamental concerns are about iran's enrichment of u rainian. the west appears comfortable to that with strict limitations and only certain levels well below grade but the question whether the iranians are willing to accept it in exchange for what is offered which is very mild relaxation of the sanctions regime, something in the billions of dollars and single digits according to administration officials.
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the third round of talks here. they have gotten close before and we will see if they are able pull it off this time in 48 hours. >> how damaging are the talks with the relations with israel? iran supreme leader referring to israel as the war mongering rabid dog of the middle east and during a military speech to commanders. >> not very friendly words coming out of iran. i think that he was actually targeting those comments specifically at the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu who has done a very vocal personal campaign against any deal and he is in moscow lobbying the russians not to take part and that is a problem because it's coming out so much in public. you've heard very sharp disagreements between the israelis and the americans on this. american officials say that disagreement is tactical but a pretty big tactical green light here where the u.s.
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administration appears to accept a deal under the circumstances the israeli not comfortable with. it's too important of a relationship between u.s. and israeli but rarely seen this disagreement between so public between the two countries. that's a problem. for a deal like this to work they need israeli on board, if not on board, at least not publicly lobbying against it which is what they are doing. >> jim sciutto live in geneva for us, thank you. another round of diplomacy going on in afghanistan. karzai to present a tribal deal to keep u.s. in afghanistan. afghanistan's zee must improve the deal and extend america's post combat presence well past the date of withdrawal for most forces in 2014. secretary of state kerry is saying the muslim brotherhood stole the leadership.
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contrary told a meeting of multinational firms that the state department that the young people who protested in tahrir sqir were not driven by religion or ideology and he says the brotherhood appropriated the fight from them. now ousted president mohammed morsi is a member of the muslim brotherhood. the party is now banned in egypt. this is an interesting story. the army is facing criticism this morning over an internal e-mail advocating how to show women's roles in comment. the e-mail from a female colonel and it says that army p.r. materials should use photos of quote, average looking women, not pretty ones, because it says beauty shots undermine the message that women can do a tough job. this is all stemming from one apparently pr pamphlet that went out that showed a woman in combat and it appeared to have lipstick or makeup on and this army colonel was suggesting they
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should show women in more realistic roles. >> maybe not pretty but prettied up? >> she sort of said both at the same time. the language has been criticized by members of congress now, created quite a discussion. >> i bet it has. >> one i'm way too scared to weigh in on. >> to partake in on. >> that's correct. let's get a check with the forecast with indra petersons. >> we are talking about snow on the west coast and that eventually impact us by this weekend. so pay attention. we are talking about a cold enough system to produce over a foot of snow today in colorado. also around wyoming and notice even a little bit left over towards mammoth. the system is making its way south and producing the snow and something else to notice on the back side of this out into the ocean in hawaii. the stream of moisture going towards the west coast. once we bring you in closer you see the moisture is coming out and then wrapping around this low. we are talking about heavy rain
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in the southwest. this is a big story as we go through the weekend with a lot of flooding concerns in through the deserts. now the system will eventually make its way to the midwest today and see the showers and unfortunately, washington, illinois, today, looking for the thunderstorms to cruise into their area. the same system will continue farther through the east by friday and saturday and bring the mid lanth light showers. look at the 20s. then i'll take you all the way to sunday because this is key. highs in the 20s and 30s by the time we get to the end of the weekend. i know that's a big jump when it's that low, people need to know. >> thank you for preparing us. bracing us. the fireplace going, it will be okay. >> and cuddle. not with each other. >> no, no, no. president john f. kennedy murdered by a stranger nearly 50 years ago. now cnn goes in search for the woman who knew the killer best, lee harvey oswald's widow. singer chris brown ordered to rehab again. the violent rage that got him
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all right. you have to look at this. this is a bizarre situation unfolding overnight in kansas. a massive cargo jet. look at this thing. a 747 dream lifter touches down at the wrong airport! >> how is that even possible? >> great question. it landed in a small general aviation field in wichita. not the air force base where it was supposed to land and the runway where it is right now may be too short for it to park. so -- for it to get out of there so get comfortable, 747 dream lifter. you may not be going anywhere. much more on this in the next half hour including the confused conversations with air traffic controllers saying what are you doing at my airport, giant
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airplane? >> it's typically a 400 passenger airplane. can load more cargo by volume than any other airliner in the entire world. >> it's in a wee tiny airport now. >> how do you get it out of there? >> very carefully. it was 50 years ago tomorrow that president obama was assassinated in dallas. our current president was only 2 years old at the time. but president obama laid a wreath at john f. kennedy's grave at arlington national cemetery and handing out medals of freedom at the white house. the honor was created by president kennedy who died before he could ever aaward one. this year's honorees included former president clinton and you're seeing there oprah winfrey. >> the anniversary of jfk's assassination is raising questions who was really responsible. was it lone gunman lee harvey oswald or as so he people conjectured so long was it part of a larger conspiracy? brian todd went in search of
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oswa oswald's widow who spent the last 50 years largely avoiding the spotlight. >> reporter: ma the russian born widow of john f. kennedy's assassin a now who simply wants to be left alone. >> after 50 years of being harassed like that and having reporters show up at your home and anywhere you go and everyone is trying to only speak about one subject and one subject only. >> reporter: filmmaker kia morgan said in recent years she has become reclusive and lives in a house behind these trees outside of dallas and signs clearly indicating that visitors aren't welcome. she married kenneth porter who years after kennedy's assassination. >> i understand they have grown up to be quite outstanding citizens, are holding good jobs.
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so i commend her and her children and her husband for what they have done. >> reporter: a friend says in recent years, she turned down a network offer of $3 million for an interview. but decades ago, she did speak out revealing a change of heart about her husband. to tv station krld just two months after the assassination. >> do you believe that your husband killed president kennedy? >> well, i've been wanting to believe but i have too much fact and fact tell me that -- shot kennedy. >> reporter: later, she came to believe that oswald was set up as she tolls nbc news in 1993. >> he definitely did not fire the shots according to all of the evidence that i have right now. >> reporter: why the about face? former dallas morning news reporter hugh ainsworth has known marina for decades.
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>> i think a crude way of putting it but she certainly changed her mind because of some of the conspiracy theories that have been given to her. >> reporter: we tried several teams to reach marina oswald porter for an interview. we finally got and answer on the phone and realized what others meant when they said her husband kenneth is polite but protective. he told me, we are not talking to the media right now and then he hung up. brian todd, cnn. >> tune in tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern for the assassination of president kennedy. it is a terrific documentary. 19 minutes past the hour. a los angeles judge is sending singer chris brown back to rehab. he checked into anger management last month after an assault arrest in washington. brown was reportedly discharged after he threw a rock threw his mother's car window.
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the judge cited the incident while handing down three months of therapy, along with drug testing and he added some community service. brown is due in court in washington next week. a settlement in the $3 million lawsuit against lance armstrong, the disgraced former cyclist was sued by an insurance companies that paid him every time he won the tour de france. turns out he didn't win any tour de france's. he was accused of using performance-enhancing drugs earlier this year. no world on the settlement round. armstrong faces two more potentially lawsuits. i won't ask you about that because you may lose your head. a blockbuster trade in major league baseball. literally one of the biggest players in the game is on the move! andy scholes breaks it all down in "the bleacher report "! ! mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition
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with fielder but also got his monster contract. fielder is owed $168 million the next seven seasons but according to reports the tigers are going to pay for $30 million of that. but by trading kinsler some think the rangers are going after yaengs free agent second baseman robinson cano. lindsey voa lindsey vonn hae sprain and partial tear to her right acl. she will rest a few days and then start progressive therapy to see if they can compete in the olympics in sochi in february. baby had a broken left collar bone just like quarterback aaron rodgers so the couple took it as a sign and did
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through that. >> wow. the u.s. congressman busted with cocaine. overnight, his new plans for the future. >> new details this morning after virginia state senator is stabbed by his own son who goes he on to commit suicide. could this tragedy have been prevented? >> 100% is personal and i think this is about ace legacy and about my legacy and he is trying to destroy me. by the way, he is retiring in 2014 and to but me in his big mansion on the way out is a hell after trophy. >> alex rodriguez storming out of a hearing that will determine i i his future in the game but a lot of people are wondering is this a big act? >> he is going out kicking and screaming. welcome back to "early start." glad you're with us this morning. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm john berman. 31 minutes after the hour right now. we are hearing from a freshman congressman who admitted breaking the law and he says he needs help. trey radel from florida pleaded guilty on wednesday to cocaine
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possession. he told a reporter in an emotional news conference he has hit bottom and take a leave of absence to seek treatment. >> i have let down our country. i've let down our constituents. i've let down my family, including my wife and even though he doesn't know it, i've let down my 2-year-old son. i have been getting the help that i need and i will continue to get the help that i need and the support system that i need for years to come. >> radel is not stepping down to the disappointment of some who say that he should. radel was sentenced to a year of probation and fined $250. his word will be wiped clean so long as he stays out of trouble. it is not clear how long he will be absent from congress but radel plans to donate his salary to charity and he told the judge he will come out of this a stronger man. we are finding out more this morning about the stab of a prominent politician in
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virginia. state senator creigh deeds continues to struggle after a fight that left him injured and his son dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. we know police went to deeds house a day before he was attacked. >> reporter: sources close to the investigation tell cnn gus deeds stabbed his father more than ten times just outside creigh deeds home as the senator stumbled down the drive bleeding his son went back into the house and shot himself. the incident happened after a day brought to the hospital. police confirm gus was brought by the sheriff and mental health professionals evaluated him there. a state official told the "the washington post" they called various hospitals to give him a bed with more stensive care but failing to find a spot they had to let him go. three hospitals, including this
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one, all tell cnn they did have beds available and no one called. all are within an hour or two of the deeds. a further sign of a system many say is failing the mentally ill. virginia has struggled to expand mental health care since a disturbed student killed 33 people at virginia tech in 2007. >> the legislature funded next year 40 million in new services and 2010 the money was gone and eliminated in the recession. >> others say bench shortages are only an issue in rural areas like bath county. >> you have to make more calls than two. >> richard bonnie helped reform the state's mental health system. >> you think there should be alternatives to force hospitalization? >> you don't need to wait until people meet the commitment criteria. you have something to offer that they will accept and that family members, you know, will, you
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know, feels satisfies their needs that you can prevent crises from getting worse and things unraveling. >> reporter: he is including services people might each be able to get in their home where they could at least be stabilized. with the case of gus deeds, we don't know if officials simply failed to call enough hospitals, or in that very limited four-hour window, simply ran out of time. chris lawrence, cnn, sharl west virginia. a plane landed at the wrong airport. one of the world series's lars e landed at a tiny airport ten miles away. that airplane is not designed to handle a plane this big. this is huge, folks. air traffic control and the pilots seemed confused at first
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about where they were and it took about 15 minutes to short this whole thing out. >> roger. >> negative. >> we saw the plane on the radar and -- >> say the name again? >> jubaro. >> jubaro? >> that is hysterical. the name of the airport again? >> they are clearly stunned. you can hear it in their voices. crews plan to try to move this plane. it's not clear if the runway is long enough for the jet to try to take off again. it may be a permanent exhibit at this small little airport. >> i guess it doesn't have to be that long to land but it has to be longer in order to take off? i don't know much about aviation, but wow! i do know that is a big, big, big plane and a very small airport. it was an emergency landing for a jetblue plane in orlando.
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this is really strange. an evacuation slide deployed inside the main cabin. it was mid flight. the plane had taken off from ft. myers heading for boston and had been in the air about 20 minutes when the unexpected happened. >> we heard a loud bang and we looked -- i saw people looking up towards the front. >> you hear this -- this noise. it sounded like almost the baggage top carrier came down. >> what is going on with all of these airplane stories. passengers say the inflated chute filled the entire front part of the compartment. it the plane landed safely and no reported injuries there. a jetblue spokesman say at no point did a door open. very important. the plane has been taken out of service and the airline says it's still too early to determine what went wrong there. >> crazy. all charges have been
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dropped against two florida teens accused of bullying a 12-year-old who later killed hearses. the girls were charged last month with aggravated stalking. jose buy he'aez, the attorney f of the girls is demanding an apology. a crude online video game that allows players to re-enact the sandy hook school massacre is outrage across the country. it is called the slaying of sandy hook elementary. in this online game, players collect a loaded gun, shoot their mother, then go on a killing spree at a school. connecticut senator richard blumenthal wants it banned from the web already. he calls it vile and shameful. the guy who created this the warped mind i call it what he is trying to do is highlight the
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lack of gun laws in the united states. that's why he says he created that video game. >> it's so graphic, it's awful! 38 minutes after the hour. illinois has made it official. governor pat quinn signing legislation to make illinois the 16th state to legalize same-sex marriage. the new law changes the definition of marriage from an act between a man and woman between one between two people. seat belts will soon be mandatory on large buses. government rules take effect in november of 2016 require buses between cities and any new tour buses to have three-point lap shoulder belts and 21 people every year die in large bus crashes. i wanted to know when they are going to do that for school bus. >> soon. >> i hope so. indra petersons is here with a look at the weather. >> pretty much average temperatures but it changes as we go towards the weekend.
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of course it does, right? start in the west where the systems are coming from. notice this guy we are watching is both rain and snow out of it as it continues to drop farther down to the south. let's talk about what we are expecting here. snowfall wise, heavy amounts of snow and yesterday we saw some in montana and today the heaviest through colorado and sierras and montana a couple of inches left. as far as rain a lot of rain expected and flooding concerns in the southwest from this system. another one out there. this cold front is in the midwest and produce showers through washington, illinois. this system is sliding across bringing light rain for the first half of the week for the mid-atlantic and look at these 20s up here. take you through sunday. you can see that that cold air quickly fills in to the northeast. plug in your ears? i do not want to hear this? >> la, la, la, la!
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>> i do not either. >> thank you, indra. 40 minutes after the hour. alex rodriguez on the war path, folks. the hearing to determine his future in baseball they take a dramatic turn. >> i lost my mind. i banged the table and kicked a briefcase and slammed it out of the room. i knew it wasn't fair of what we saw today is just -- it was disgusting. >> he lost his mind. what about his dignity? what caused a-rod's temper to explode? the big question right now, was this a put-on from a-rod? that is coming up next. ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ ♪ stacy's mom has got it goin' on ♪ [ male announcer ] the beautifully practical and practically beautiful cadillac srx. get the best offers of the season now. lease this 2014 srx for around $369 a month with premium care maintenance included.
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with the arbitration hearing that he asked for to fight his 211-game suspension for the alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs. rodriguez stormed out after learning that baseball commissioner bud selig would not be required to testify. a-rod then vented his frustration on new york's wfan
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radio flatly denying all of the charges. he called the hearing a farce and he said that selig was out to get him. >> my only message to the commissioner is i know you don't like new york, but come to new york and face the music. >> what about you? does he like you? >> he hates my guts, no question about it. 100% is personal and i think it's about my legacy and his legacy. he is retiring in 2014 and to by me on the big mansion on the way out is a pretty trophy. >> a-rod says he should not serve one inning of a suspension. >> let's take a look what is coming up on "new day." chris and kate are joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> we have cardinal dolan who is joining on the show to talk about the new pope francis. he keeps making a big splash and goes way beyond the catholic church. what does it mean for the
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catholics the holiday season? what do you think is the big effect going on around it? >> we will be speaking to the u.s. ambassador to the united nations samantha powers. she has got a lot on her plate right now. nuclear negotiations going on in geneva over the iran in regard program and long-term security agreement with afghanistan. a lot of questions around jooi, not an jooi or a distinction without a difference and talk to her about something not on a lot of people's radar. the united states disabilities treaty what it means at home and abroad and what it's so important to her and why she cares so much about it. >> a big red sox fan. >> that is correct. >> very important. thank you. 46 minutes past the hour. massachusetts high school football team will remain off the field for the rest of the season. the school board in lunenberg is backing the superintendent who forfeited the remaining games after a racial slur was found on
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the foundation after 13-year-old's home. isaac phillips is a member of that football team. his mother is white. father is black. now his family says isaac doesn't want to go back to school and they are convinced it was a member of the team who wrote that slur. >> i feel horrible for, you know, the kids that are not involved but we are a small town. things like this shouldn't happen in a small community like ours. so when it does, i think it's time for drastic measures, canceling the football season, i think that will flush whoever that it is that is responsible for this to step forward. >> yes, it. . the superintendent plans to release more information about this investigation into who may have been responsible. that's the way to handle a situation like that, right? 47 minutes after the hour. a turn here. time for our morning rhyme. the best tweets of the day. today is from jay bart henthorn on the news. he says a dream liner lands at
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all of this stimulus and don't forget about the debt ceiling. the congressional budget office says march is when the treasury runs out of accounting tricks to pay the bills without raising -- so we still have that kind of out there on the calendar. after a year like this, could anyone, i don't know. could you be -- i guess you're forgiven for being a little concerned about stocks. dow up 21% and nasdaq and s&p 500 is also up. what is happening with your house? >> messy. >> the rate on the ten-year hit a two-month high yesterday. that is closely tied to mortgage rates. i'll get a new mortgage rate at 10:00 this morning to give you. good news for the housing market in another number. fewer people are under water on their loans. meaning that they owe more than the house is worth. fewer are today. they say the numbers under water is shrinking faster. 5 million homeowners got their heads above water since last year. the most improvement in san
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jose, denver, and san francisco. that's great news there. it's a great, great jobs market for one person. jennifer lawrence, her jobs market is so good, she had a raise like this. she was paid $500,000 for the first hunger games movie and made $10 million for the sequel! >> that a girl. >> catching fire could break the record for november movie opening is at least the hope of the catching fire producers. the latest installment opened today in a number of overseas markets. variety reports it could break the 160 million mark of the u.s. and that would be that record. throw in overseas ticket sales it could end up 300 million plus weekend. i would like to report the jobs market is great for jennifer lawrence. >> a good raise. >> she was paid for performance. >> publicity photo is all her. >> you can find almost anything on a calendar these days. pets, cars, athletes.
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welcome back to "early start." we have a different kind of cancer fund-raiser to show you this morning. a calendar being sold to raise money for cancer research. it features cancer survivors and their families in various states. the organizer say it was designed to have a little fun and, at the same time, raise money for a very good cause. >> most calendars that you see that deal with cancer survivors, there is kind of a somber effect
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to them. >> when you have so many wires and pokes and needles over the years, you've pretty much let yourself open to everybody already. >> so the proceeds from the sale are going to the american cancer society and to a childhood cancer foundation. great causes. >> great cause. >> beautiful. >> we want to leave i today with a picture that will absolutely blow your mind. i know it's cold outside, but right now, we have got waterslides on the mind. this is one that is built at a water park in kansas city. the name of it is the -- german when is insane. they say it will be the tallahassee and fastest when it opens next year. >> you're wearing a seat belt, aren't you? >> it's taller than niagara falls. riders will go more than 60 he 60 miles an hour down the slide. we do know you will have to
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climb, the tough part, 264 steps to get to the stop so you'll be out of brenel and have your mind blown at the same time. >> you better be harnessed into that baby. that is scary! i would never do that in a million years! >> "new day" starts now. giant 4241 heavy, do you know which airport you're at. >> we think we have a pretty good pulse. >> breaking overnight, plane crazy. a giant cargo plane lands at the wrong airport. now it's stuck. we'll tell you why. and on jetblue, an emergency slide opens inside the plane. what's going on. the florida congressman busted with cocaine is now talking saying he needs time away from his job to get better. his emotional press conference,
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straight ahead. alex rodriguez tears into the league and his commissioner. why he thinks the league hates him. your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. good morning, good morning. welcome to "new day," thursday, november 21st, 6:00 in the east. we have breaking new overnight out of kansas. a massive cargo plane stranded at a wichita airport after landing there by mistake. the faa says the boeing 747 was supposed to land at mcconnell air force base but ended up at this smaller airport many miles away. they say the runway, too short for the big plane to take off. cnn's aviation correspondent rene marsh is live in washington. rene, what to do, what to do? >> reporter: that is the question, what to do, what to do. we're talking about a


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